Modern Day Persian Food

What is Kuku? 

a Persian-style frittata

 

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The difference between a Kuku and a frittata is that a Kuku contains a lot less egg.

each Kuku is made of over 70% herbs and vegetables, bound with organic eggs and garbanzo flour, baked with olive oil.

Kukus are Dairy Free & Gluten Free.

 

we make four varieties of kuku:

  Sabzi Kuku    Chives, Parsley, Cilantro, Dill, walnut, Barberry.

Sabzi Kuku

 Chives, Parsley, Cilantro, Dill, walnut, Barberry.

  Veggie Kuku   Green Bean, Carrot, Red Bell Pepper.

Veggie Kuku

Green Bean, Carrot, Red Bell Pepper.

 
  Potato Kuku   Potato, Parsley, Carrots, Peas.

Potato Kuku

Potato, Parsley, Carrots, Peas.

  Spinach Kuku   Spinach, Parsley, Walnut. 

Spinach Kuku

Spinach, Parsley, Walnut. 

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How to eat a Kuku;

Kuku Wrap: Make wraps or sandwiches with pickles, tomatoes, and sauce. Enjoy it as a complete meal.

Kuku Snack: Stack up in the fridge, with or without sauce and enjoy as an snack.

Breakfast: We did the hard work for you, combining the freshest ingredients available for a filling breakfast. Just heat a Kuku up and enjoy with coffee or tea.

Party Bites: Kuku bites are great with wine and sauce for parties and gatherings.

find kuku

at the market: 

SATURDAY: SUNNYVALE

SATURDAY: FERRY PLAZA, SF

SUNDAY: WALNUT CREEK

SUNDAY: MARIN CIVIC CENTER